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Defendant Anthony Nicodemo seated in courtroom. He is accused of gunning down Gino DiPietro on a South Philadelphia street in 2012. DAVID M WARREN / Inquirer, file

Defendant Anthony Nicodemo seated in courtroom. He is accused of gunning down Gino DiPietro on a South Philadelphia street in 2012. DAVID M WARREN / Inquirer, file

 

The prosecution rested its case in the trial of a reputed mobbed up street soldier, accused of a gangland-style  slaying

 

Prosecutors in the murder trial of Anthony Nicodemo, who is accused gunning down Gino DiPietro on a South Philadelphia street in 2012, rested Monday after presenting forensic evidence that they say links the reputed mob soldier to the brazen daylight killing.

The first expert called by Assistant District Attorney Brian Zarallo was Philadelphia police forensic scientist Lissette Vega’

Vega said Nicodemo’s DNA was found on a soda bottle inside his 2011 black Honda Pilot, which was used by DiPietro’s assailants in a drive-by shooting on South Iseminger Street about 2:55 p.m. Dec. 12, 2012.

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